Dysfunctional voiding (DV) is reported in around 2% of adults and is common to observe in pediatric age.The natural history of pediatric DV is not well defined. For this reason, it has been supposed that DV in adulthood are indeed DV presented in pediatric patients. However, symptoms commonly occur later in life as a DV de novo LUTD. Can we distinguish 2 types of DV in adulthood? The aim of this round table will be to discuss etiology, define some aspects for a common transition management, and a correct comorbidities diagnosis, while focusing on Neurogenic causes and children with learning disabilities.
|12:00||12:10||Voiding Dysfunction||Giovanni Mosiello|
|12:10||12:25||Neurogenic VD||Kate Abrahamsson|
|12:25||12:40||Learning disabilities and VD||Mario Patricolo|
|12:40||12:55||Debate on Transitional Care||All|
|12:55||13:00||Take Home Messages||Giovanni Mosiello|